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"...and goes to work in seconds." ♪tum, tum tum tum tums! "and now, try great tasting tums chewy delights." "yummy." >> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m. sunday august 10th, nydia is off, alicia vitarelli joins us. four people are shot in feltonville, three of the victims are innocent passer byes. >> nascar star tony stewart talks to police about a deadly wreck on the racetrack. >> the eagles hold another public practice at franklin field, the site of their
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greatest victory. meteorologist chris sowers has a check of the accuweather forecast. a lot of things happening outside today. >> reporter: weather isn't one of them. i'm forecasting a victory. yesterday was great. we'll do it all over again today. there's the view down in cape may. temperatures are comfortable and cool. temperatures were in the upper 40s in the poconos and down in the low 50s, it is chill in in some locations for august standards, but all in all, nice, quakertown, 55 degrees, manners creek, 57. tanners, 52. coatsville 58 and glassboro, 60 and woodbine 60 degrees. it should be an enjoyable day if you're heading to the beaches once again. high pressure firmly in control,
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that means another day of bright blue skies and low humidity levels. the forecast 76 degrees by 9:00 a.m., sunshine, by lunchtime, 85. a little bit warmer this afternoon, yesterday we topped out at 86. today we'll top out at 88 degrees, still a good deal of sunshine and slight increase in humidity later on, a little bit warmer than yesterday, but still a nice day. when i come back in just a bit we'll talk built heavy rains in the forecast -- talk about the heavy rains in the forecast and cooler by week's end. >> police are looking for gunman who they say tried take care of business. the shooter was called to whitiker and wyoming in feltonville to settle an argument half block away. he shot the intended target in the leg as that victim fled. the gunman kept firing. two cars coming down the street could not avoid turning into the barrage of bullets. a bullet hit a driver in the
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head. >> inside his car was his wife and two children, both girls age also 6 months and 6 years. they were in the back seat. thank god they were not hit. >> a bullet pierced the window of another car and through the neck of the back-seat passenger and the same bullet hit in the back seat, as well. all four victims are in the hospital. the bullets hit a home with a family inside. police say they have two people in custody, they are not suspects, but connected to the argument that set all this off. several witnesses are being questioned, detectives are looking for surveillance video of the shooting. over here at the "action news" big board this video came in overnight of a jet blue a-320 on fire in san juan puerto rico.
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186 passengers were on board about to takeoff for new york city. the pilot noticed the problem and abort the the takeoff. everybody was off-boarded safely. "action news" spoke to one of the passengers. >> i was in the front row i looked out the left side of the plane, i is all the smoke coming out of the engine. some of the people in the cabin saw the smoke in the cabin. some people were saying they saw flames in the cabin. that's when people got up on their seats and began to scream and lose control. my hat off to the jet blue flight crew, they kept everybody calm. but at that point, the captain said to the plane, the impact of the explosion, the fire, the smoke, it was surreal. >> reporter: incredible, still
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pictures of the fire coming in this morning. federal investigators are now trying to figure out what sparked that fire, so far there are no educations this is in anyway linked to terrorism. >> president obama is in martha's vineyard on vacation, but he left he talked about america's new military be action in iraq. he said it will be a long term project that can not succeed unless the iraqis form a government capable of keeping its nation together. u.s. planes and drones launched four airstrikes. british officials estimate up to 150,000 people could be trapped on the mountain top. 56 children have been died of dehydration. >> in the middle east overnight talks to end the violence appear to be breaking down, palestinian negotiators are threating to quilt unless israel returns to the table.
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israeli negotiators say they will only return if rocket fire from gaza stops. >> overnight police in upstate new york say they questioned tony stewart who struck another driver kevin ward junior who was hurdled 50 feet and later died at the hospital. witnesses say he spun out and struck ward in the process, that incident happened after their cars collided on the track. police say stewart was cooperative and never arrested. the sheriff said the investigation is not criminal. a new construction project begins tonight on the blue route, crews will repair and resurface deteriorated areas of 476 in haverford and radnor township in delaware county. penndot said drivers will face weeknight lane closures from
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9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. it will go until september. >> franklin field will be packed by a sellout crowd to see the eagles hold their final public practice, the eagles won the nfl tidal in franklin field in 1960. budnariic and other eagle alums will be on the field. 2014 eagles are coming off friday's loss in chicago. >> we were careless, i think we had two picks in the first half and we get a guy going and fumble looks like we're going to have a good run not that they called the fumble and we create a turnover on the punt and put ourselves in good field position. >> it is sold out, tickets had
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to be reserved ahead of time. the birds takes on the pats live on 6abc at 7:30, all the preseason games are on 6abc, the official eagles station. >> tonight the so-called supermoon will be at its brightest. it will appear 14% larger and 30% brighter than usual, because it's 20% closer. the bright light of the supermoon will have an unfortunate effect of the annual meteor showers. >> coming up next,. >> prince harry speaking about what he witnessed while being deployed in afghanistan. >> charlie manuel was enshrined on the phillies hall of fame. hear from the form skipper. >> reporter: we're tracking
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67 degrees. one thing i have noticed it's taking it's sweet time rising. i remember a month ago i walk in here 5:30, it's already sunny. i guess a little bit depressing news for you. let's go live on sky 6. i don't mean to be debby downer. yesterday was a gem it was picture perfect for the month of august, highs in the mid 80s, low humidity and sunshine. today we'll do it all over again, a little bit warmer, 87, 88. low humidity levels. dewpoint, 58. 52 in the poconos, 59 in allentown. millville, 60. sea isle and on the boardwalk in atlantic city, 69 degrees, dewpoints are in the 50s, as long as we stay under 60 that means it will feel nice and
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comfortable. we have a couple of locations that are getting close to 60. as the day wears on, most locations will be in the upper 50s, you'll see the southern aerials get closer and closer to 60. you'll notice a slight increase in the humidity as we get toward the evening. satellite and radar composite we have a huge area of high pressure firmly in control that will force everything down to the southwest. until we get to our next system, i'll show you here. this is our next weather maker. this is a cold front, area of low pressure right there. it is cool, canadian front. this will slide through. as it pushes east the winds will shift out of the south/southwest. by tuesday evening, wednesday this gets over top of the delaware valley and starts to charge into that humid, sticky air and we start to see the heavy showers and thunderstorms, we'll skip over today and tomorrow, we'll focus on the
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next rainmaker, tuesday night into wednesday morning. tuesday, lots of clouds, there could showers out there, 2:00 a.m., cloudy skies, damp, tuesday evening we start to see the heavy downpours take over. 13469 forecast models are hinting at one to three inches of rain. that could create flooding in low-lying areas and pairs areas of poor drainage. poconos 78 degrees. plenty of sunshine up in the mountains. comfortable humidity levels for the jersey shore. lots of bright blue on the sand, # -- 80 degrees is the forecasted high. philadelphia, 88 degrees, that's two degrees above average. lots of sunshine, a few passing clouds. it will be a warmer day with a slight increase in humidity. overnight tonight, after midnight, you'll notice the muggies return. 58 degrees, suburbs, 67 for center city. the supermoon combined with the
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onshore flow will produce minor flooding with some of the coastal communities, high tide ray long the ocean front, 8:00 p.m. up up to surf city. delaware river, delaware bay, high tide 10:00, and 1:00 a.m., be mindful of the areas that flood during an abnormally high tide. overnight tonight, 58 degrees in the suburbs, 67 in the city. today, 88. monday, sun and clouds, 86. tuesday, 80 degrees, wednesday, 80. thursday, 78, friday, 789 and saturday, 82. stay on top of the weather situation by visiting for storm tracker 6 live radar both the hourly and seven-day forecast. the latest video from our
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"action news" meteorologists and our collection of weather-related videos and photos. our favorite kind of story this morning a 100 birthday celebration was held in chester county. will i willian was surrounded by loved ones in coatsville. it is part of the community day, she is a big fan of "action news" and we wish her a very happy 100th builder. you look gorgeous. the spirit of ghana was alive in southwest philadelphia. there was a fashion show and face painting and african inspired jewelry on sale, as well. ♪
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>>al teenager has been arrested of a girl in washington state. the 17-year-old is coosd in the death and -- accused in the death and sexual assault of denise wright. her body was found in the mobile home park where she was arrested. the teen was arrested in the same mobile home park. else going to be charged with secondary murder and rape. a man stole an ambulance in reading. the vehicle was taken from the abraham lincoln hotel at 5th an washington. medics left it running while treating a patient inside. police say 47-year-old kevin
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fountain drove off leading officers on a ten mile pursuit. >> that's the last vehicle that you would think someone would steal. it's the second time in the city in recent time that an ambulance was stolen. >> as for yesterday's case, the ambulance stopped after the spikes as with laid down by police in berks county. police and medics were called up to route 322 in bethel around 6:15. investigators tell us four cars and a van collided. the names and conditions of the three people hurt have not been released. a person was hurt when a car slammed into a pizza shop in philadelphia's west oak lane section. the vehicle crashed into little
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caesars on -- gonzales avenue. it's un-- on ogontz avenue. there's no word on why the driver lost control. an suv plowed into a build in west cape may. the red vehicle went through the front window of the animal outreach adoption center. firefighters rescued one person from the suv, it is unclear if anyone else was inside the building. neighbors in kensington showed their appreciation to the dedicated officers of the 26th district. a stretch of kensington avenue was set down for a block party. rock ministries opened their doors so police officers could relax and enjoy good food and good company. it's a ways
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>> welcome back everyone, 6:24 subbed morning, time for the boat report as we look at satellite and radar, just like yesterday at this time there's nothing to talk about. there's a little bit fog on the delaware bay, this is a quick look at the visibility. everybody is doing all right until you get into the delaware bay region. dover has a little fog. we'll go to the delaware bay first. mostly sunny skies, a little bit of patchy fog, gandys beach, 61. light breeze out of the west at 5 miles per hour. the waves are less than one foot we expect that to pick up as the waves pick up this afternoon, we'll see sales of 2 feet later on. wildwood, 63. cape may, 66 with an ocean temperature of 78.
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light breeze out of the northwest at 5 miles per hour. sales on the calm side -- seas on the calm side, two feet. >> in sports, phillies honor charlie manuel their windiest manager ever and then they lose. jeff skeverski has sports. even during one of the most frustrating seasons in history, in comes charlie manuel to make it all go away. manual the man of the hour as he gets inducted into the wall of fame! >> charlie manuel! in comes the windyist manager in phillies history. one of his favorite players jim tome, unveils his plaque.
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>> i never go looking for awards, if i do something good and something has a part in it, they want to give me something, i'll take it. championship team that's the greatest thing in my career, the parade down broadway, amazing, you've been the greatest, i love everything about you, i'm going to shut up because i want to see the game, okay, i love you, i got one thing tolls, this -- to, listen, this is for philadelphia. >> you got to love it. manual says he wants to shut up so he can watch the phils and the mets. cole hamels needs help. allows one run in 7 innings, bottom 7 down 1-0. phils give hamles a run. first run for hamles in nearly 13 innings. the game goes to extra innings
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in the 11th. phillies looks like 2-1 in the 11. all the mistakes and there were a bunch of them friday night. eagles say they will fix them. they are back to work with an open practice at franklin field. follies follies had two interceptions. of course he only had two all of last year. good thing it didn't count. the starting offense had penalties in the loss, the eagles vowed to work out all the kinks. >> it's a sick feeling in your stomach, but at the same time i know i can correct those and i can go back to work, and get better. that's something that preseason allows is an opportunity to clean it up. >> i'm not worried about nick,
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he'll be fine and he knows that. >> the eagles now get set to face the new england patriots next friday. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. have a good day. >> 6:28. new information on the murder of a jogger in pennypack park. we'll have details when "action news" continues this sunday morning. you know what i love america? fine barbecue, good times and zero heart burn. and that's why i take prilosec otc each morning for my frequent heart burn because it gives me zero heart burn. prilosec otc the number one dr. recomended frequent heart burn medicine for nine straight years. you can beat zero herat burn prilosec otc one pill each morning 24hrs, zero heart burn
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>> we have breaking news this half-hour, police say they are questioning a person of interest in connection with murder of connie murray. murray's body was discovered in pennypack in northeast philadelphia tuesday morning. she went for a power walk on monday night and never returned home. investigators say she was strangled. again, a person of interest being questioned we're working to learn more about who that person is. so far no arrests reported. we'll stay on top of developments in this case and bring you the latest as we get it. >> stay on top of our stories at, they are fit smart phones and tablets, check out anytime anywhere. >> 6:30, nydia is off, and alicia vitarelli is here, and so
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is chris sowers. everybody is loving this weekend. >> reporter: i didn't feel the love last weekend. the last couple of weekends were damp and dreary. yesterday was beautiful, today will be beautiful. actually tomorrow looks pretty nice, as well. you can see the sun climbing over the ben franklin bridge. we're looking at comfortable temperatures and low humidity levels. tanersville, 52 degrees, martins creek 57. yesterday we had numbers down into the 40s across the higher elevations in the poconos. today we're milder, but still pretty cool for august standards, fleetwood, 59. oxford you're down to 56. gandys beach, 60. glassboro, 60. smyrna and dover, 61 and sea isle city, 70 degrees. not much to talk about this morning. if you have a tee time you picked a good day for this. it will be slightly humid later
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in the day. not as refreshing at yesterday. sunny skies by 10:00 a.m., 79 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 88 degrees, but only slightly humid conditions out there, so should be pretty good, when i come back in a little bit we'll talk about the flooding potential tuesday night into wednesday morning and big cool down in the forecast. >> an 18-year-old girl is hit by a car and seriously hurt she was crossing route 73 in mount laurel around 2:00 a.m. the driver stopped the girl was rushed to cooper hospital with head injuries. no word on whether the driver might face charges. the investigation continues at this hour. president obama is outlining the timetable for the new u.s. intervention in iraq. abc's michelle frantzen has more. >> reporter: before the
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president vacationed to martha's vineyard he warned about the u.s. involvement in iraq. >> i don't think this will be involved in weeks. >> reporter: this problem is radical fighters in northern iraq called isis. they are sewing a path of death and destruction in their drive to permanently establish an islamic state. now the u.s. military has unleashed it's military on isis target. they include a military convoy heading twash irb -- irbil. if they threaten our action to protect our people. >> reporter: tens of thousands are fleeing religious prosecution by isis are trapped on a mountain in northern iraq fearing certain death. >> american forces have
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conducted two successful air drops delivering thousands of meals and gallons of water to the desperate men, women anticipate children. >> reporter: kurdish military are helping with aid. isis forces have commandeered a nearby dam which supplies electricity to much of iraq, if the locks are open, floodwaters could surge to baghdad swamping even the u.s. embassy there. michelle franzen abc news new york. >> as the situation develops in iraq we're posting developments at our website, stay with "action news" and for the military actions being taken in iraq. >> british royalty prince harry is discussing the graphic details of his time during his military deployment in average. he talked about the deployment
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with the sunday times. loss of life is as tragic and devastating as it gets, but to see young lads much younger than me wrapped in plastic and missing limbs with hundreds of tubes coming out of them, was something i never prepared for. many of us who have been on operations can close our eyes and hundreds of images are will flash through our minds, a visual diary of our experiences. prince harry has launched para olympic military games. a man was knocked unconscious as the area's bustling night life was closing down, the victim was trying to help a group of women. >> reporter: central detectives back in rittenhouse square scouring the area for
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surveillance video at 18th and walnut. before 3:00 a.m., a 39-year-old texas man visiting philadelphia was punched and knocked to the ground unconscious after he defended a group of women getting harassed from a passing car. the victim is? stable condition with a concussion and fractures to his face. >> i would appreciate anyone stepping in at nighttime if someone is harassing, you don't know what to expect. >> it's awful. you just -- someone would be afraid to help in the future. it's ashame. >> reporter: saturday, local visits in the square recreation the to the crime always the busy busy -- as the busy bars and restaurants were closing. >> police believe several people were in the vehicle, but only one got out and punched the victim. the only description police have
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is of a black nissan with delaware plates. the victim is expected to remain in the hospital until at least tomorrow. they are urging anyone with information to call central detectives. reporting from rittenhouse square, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> a hero from camden county was welcomed home in a big way. neighbors held flags as andrew galinao returned to audubon park. he returned from a tour in afghanistan. to honor his service, august 9th was named andrew galiano in audubon park. >> it happens to be a beautiful day weather wise, but guess what, because of you and all the men and women who serve our country everyday is a beautiful day. >> he serves as a local volunteer firefighter. musikfest wraps up tonight
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in the lehigh valley. and we are hitting the road to be in bethlehem for the final day of tunes, food and fun. >> yes we'll be there and keith urban is the headliner in a sold out show else performing at the sands steel stage. bands have been in town all week playing free shows elsewhere. >> alicia and i will be there later today to meet and sign autographs, stop on by and say hello, we would love to meet you all. >> 6abc has been supporting musikfest for ten years. there's music for all agings and unique foods to fill the tummy and lots of free tunes. if you have purchased tickets to see keith urban, we'll be there. >> jim gardner goes one on one with penn state's new football
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coach we'll have that next on "action news." him. >> looking live at camden water front there, 6:30, 67 degrees, meteorologist chris sowers is back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> and katherine scott visiting a work-ready expo showcasing preparing youth and young adults for the workforce. >> super hoarls -- heros for the workforce. >> suthese little angels build in softness. and these little angels build in strength. and that little angel says, "weeeeeeeee!" 60% more sheets than charmin. everything you want and the value you love. angel soft.
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>> time for a check of the
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weather now, it's a good one. i'm thinking barbecue.f the >> we're going to music fest, we're thrilled. >> we'll be eating barbecue. >> reporter: i will be on the couch doing my healing. let's go live on sky 6, and see what's going on. i smell the barbecue already, there's cape may, low humidity leaves, a little bit of patchy fog on the delaware bay, but on the ocean front it's a beautiful morning. allentown, a cooler 59. poconos, cooler still, 52. reading, 60, lancaster, 58 and dover 64. they are socked in pretty good down here in kent county. not reporting any visibility in dover. 6 miles in millville. there's area of patchy fog in the open areas across interior sections of south jersey. most of the reporting station north and west are doing okay.
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satellite and radar high pressure in control that means no weather worries out there today. we'll focus our attention on tuesday and wednesday. another system moves in tuesday morning ahead of a canadian cold front. it will feel uncomfortable monday and more so tuesday that gives way to showers ahead of the cold front tuesday evening. 7:00 a.m., here's tuesday evening. here's what happens when we run this along. tuesday night, winds shifts off the the ocean and mixes with the air from the front and produces drenching downpours. this particular model has 3 inches in the poconos. trenton, 1-3/4. if this pans out and we see those amounts looks like we
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could have minor flooding in areas of poor drainage. julio is nowhere near hawaii. it will being passing five hundred miles to the northwestly. this poses no threat to the island of hawaii. there's iselle that's the system that slammed through a few days ago and produced the flooding problems in hawaii. 86 degrees in trenton. allentown, 8le. lancaster, 85. it will be a little bit warmer, you'll notice a slight increase in humidity, but it will be comfortable out there, lots of sunshine, 83 in dover, cape may, 78. for the jersey shore, ocean temperatures, 75. onliment sand we'll top out at 80 degrees before the sea breeze kicks in. the numbers pull back, comfortable humidity levels. winds shift out of the east at 10 miles per hour, waves at 2 feet. low risk for rip current. uv index on the high side.
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musikfest finale is tonight. keith urban is hrl. headliner. a 14r50eu9 increase in humidity -- a slight increase in humidity. monday, sun and clouds, you'll notice the increase in humidity. tuesday, showers and storms, 80 degrees, cold front slips through wednesday evening it will feel fantastic. friday, -- thursday, 78, friday, 79. those 70s are normal for september. enjoy this wonderful august weather. jim gardner talking to the new face of penn state university football coach james franklin leading the nittany lions in the wake of the jerry
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sandusky scandal. >> reporter: we travel to state college to meet the man with the start of his first training camp holds the penn state football fortunes in his hands. still operating under the ncaa sanctions, his job is more than stopping ohio state's run be attack. contributions are down from four years ago, franklin has to reenergy the behemeth that is penn state's sports. >> i believe make be sure these guys are prepared for life. winning to me is a bye product to all the other things. i know a lot of coaches say that, i truly believe that. >> reporter: who is james
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franklin. penn state is his 1th job since 1995. such is the life of a young coach. he was a four year starter at east stroudsburg university. a player at in neshaminy high school. he acknowledges being consumed by sports and i am mature student in high school. he has no problem with his current players knowing that. >> i was similar to them, i don't think i was so far removed that i can't relate. >> in 2013, four of his recruits in vandal -- vander built football team members were charged with raping
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an unconscious girl. >> there's not a day that goes by about what we could have done differently. >> >> reporter: franklin has two young daughters and they arrive with their mom for good last saturday. >> if i were to talk to your daughters, 15 years from now and asked them they can't kind of of father they have had, what do you hope they would say? >> i hope they also a guy that was never afraid to show how much he cared. never frayed to tell him how much he cared. i tell me daughters i love them every single day, i kiss them and hug them like crazy, because i have a lot of guilty associated with there's a lot of time i'm not there, i hope they see how much i care and i will always be there for them, no matter what, i want them to be strong, confident women that will go on and do wonderful
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take over the role. there's thor who will be a woman she'll be wielding the hammer. peter parker is now by racial black and hispanic. and mcfearic went from a white to black. and miss marvel who went from white to a pakistani muslim. super heros are going through dramatic transformations. what's the big deal if you change the character's race or gender? >> female characters are underrepresented in comics, i think change it up a little bit. >> not only board with this are the traditional i also
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purists -- traditionalists or purists say they should remain the way they were created. >> there are certain characters that's who they are, you can't the change it. >> you have to change asian x men, there are not enough. >> comic book series and studios are committed to diversity, create new characters, rather than rebranding some of the ones that are already here. >> that was jason carol reporting, of course disney owns marvel. disney's profits soared from 22% from last year. disney's profits soared from 22% from last year. the show is what's up, george? massage chair. my little indulgence. dunkin' french vanilla swirl, my little indulgence. indulge in the sweeter, creamier taste of dunkin's new french vanilla and hazelnut swirl coffees and lattes -- try one today!
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>> we have breaking news this half-hour. police are questioning a person of interest in connection with the murder of connie murray. murray's body was discovered in pennypack park in northeast philadelphia tuesday morning. she went for a power walk on monday night and never returned home. investigators say she was strangled. a 51 thowz dollar reward is -- $51,000 reward was posted in the
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case. a person of interest is being confessed. good morning, i'm eva pilgrim, nydia han is off, alicia vitarelli joins us. four people were shot in feltonville, three victims were innocent passer byes. >> nascar, tone stewart talks about a deadly wreck on the racetrack. the eagles hold an open practice at franklin field the site of one of their greatest victories and speaking of victories, chris sowers has the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: let's go live on sky 6. we'll get you started on in cape may. it will be a beautiful start on the sand. sea breeze kicking in, temperatures close to 80 degrees. 68 degrees back in philadelphia, trenton showing 60. allentown, 60 and the poconos, 53. you'll notice it's not as chilly as it was yesterday when we had low temperatures down into the upper


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